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Cleek: The Man of the Forty Faces

Thomas W. Hanshew (1857-1914)

1. 01 – Prologue: Part I
2. 02 – Prologue: Part II
3. 03 – Prologue: Part III
4. 04 – Chapter I
5. 05 – Chapter II
6. 06 – Chapter III
7. 07 – Chapter IV
8. 08 – Chapter V
9. 09 – Chapter VI
10. 10 – Chapter VII
11. 11 – Chapter VIII
12. 12 – Chapter IX
13. 13 – Chapter X
14. 14 – Chapter XI
15. 15 – Chapter XII
16. 16 – Chapter XIII
17. 17 – Chapter XIV
18. 18 – Chapter XV
19. 19 – Chapter XVI
20. 20 – Chapter XVII
21. 21 – Chapter XVIII
22. 22 – Chapter XIX
23. 23 – Chapter XX
24. 24 – Chapter XXI
25. 25 – Chapter XXII
26. 26 – Chapter XXIII
27. 27 – Chapter XXIV
28. 28 – Chapter XXV
29. 29 – Chapter XXVI
30. 30 – Chapter XXVII
31. 31 – Chapter XXVIII
32. 32 – Chapter XXIX
33. 33 – Chapter XXX
34. 34 – Chapter XXXI
35. 35 – Chapter XXXII
36. 36 – Chapter XXXIII
37. 37 – Chapter XXXIV
38. 38 – Chapter XXXV
39. 39 – Epilogue I
40. 40 – Epilogue II
41. 41 – Epilogue III

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Summary

Meet Hamilton Cleek – man of mystery, and master of disguise and derring-do.Cleek’s exploits are, to say the least, highly improbable, but the book is enormous fun. The goodies are good and the baddies are very bad indeed, but beware – things are not always what they seem. Suspend your disbelief and enjoy a rattling good yarn!Cleek is the central figure in dozens of short stories that began to appear in 1910 and were subsequently collected in a series of books.

Reviews

BernieC

- leek: The Man of the Forty Faces

A clever story though not exceptional. Ruth Golding does an excellent and consistent narration, enjoyable throughout.

andy wogan

- Cleek the man of the forty faces

Golding the woman of the forty voices! Ruth is a first class reader. The main character draws heavily on Lupin with the love of a good women reforming the master thief I personally prefered the bad woman as Ailsa cried a bit to readily and often for me Good tales extremely well told

G.E.

- Cleek

Fantastic reader! So professional and entertaining. I liked the characters in the book. Really Fun to listen to.Thank you sooo much!

A.V.

Wonderful book! Drawn into the character very quickly. A mix of Sherlock Holmes and the T.V. show White Collar (but much more entertaining).